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Tech 4 O Accelerator Women's Running Watch
The newest in running and walking technology, the Tech 4 O Women's Accelerator Runner Watch accurately measures speed, distance and calories burned by using an advance accelerometer. No foot pods or belt-clips necessary. The Accelerator Runner Watch even works under tree cover, unlike GPS systems.Once you set your personal profile, you can adjust your personal stride length to differentiate between faster tempo speed work and slower recovery days. Whether you are a morning walker or an avid runner, the Accelerator Runner Watch is easy to use and will help you reach your next fitness goal.85% (12)
Whether you're a hardcore adventure hiker, an avid runner, or simply looking to count your doctor's recommended 10k steps a day, an Accelerator Series watch fits the bill. Advanced accelerometer technology provides highly accurate readings of a user's speed, distance, and caloric expenditure via a simple wrist watch sensor, eliminating the need for funny looking foot pods or belt clips. Accelerometer technology is 95+% accurate, and much more dependable than traditional pendulum based pedometers. GPS-based running products are very expensive, complicated, and aren't reliable for indoor training or under heavy tree cover. The Accelerator Series is the perfect combination of accurate readings, simplicity of use, and stylish design.
Speed & Distance Pedometer
Highly accurate step counter with adjustable sensitivity allows users to tune the sensors to their individual walking style. Doctors everywhere are now recommending 10k steps a day to maintain a healthier lifestyle.
All sensors are contained in a simple wrist watch. That means no funny looking mechanical belt clips our funky shoe pods.
Get off the beaten path! Free yourself from mileage markers at the track or trail! Pick a new route every day! The Accelerator can automatically distinguish between running and walking, and can calculate your average speed, distance, caloric expenditure, and total exercise time.
The Accelerator has a delayed step counter feature that differentiates between ancillary movements and actual steps. This feature provides users with the most accurate results by delaying calculation until it has registered 10 steps in a row to eliminate false step counting.
The smart scheduling features allows users to set the pedometer to automatically start/stop counting steps at a predetermined time every day, so you'll never forget to turn it on.
This feature allows users to customize their watch to their specific body type and walking/running style. No matter how fast or slow, tall or short, each user can personally enter their weight, average walking stride, and average running stride in order to ensure accurate results.
Hikers can easily account for loaded pack weights.
Runners can dial in the stride length to account for varying terrain and/or speed workouts.
Quickly adjust weight and stride lengths as conditioning improves.
The accelerator series’ powerful stopwatch features allow users to record exact results to within 1/100th of a second for up to 50 laps and a total time of 24 hours.
Although the watch has several advanced ways of calculating speed and distance, the old-school chronograph still has a place and purpose.
A simple countdown timer can come in real handy at times. Set it for 10 minutes as a quick reminder. Use it to monitor your running/walking pace and set speed goals. Alternative Time Zone
Great for those that travel! Allows users to set and display an alternative time zone along with the current home time display. Never lose track of time no matter where you are.
Daily Alarm Mode
We are all creatures of habit in our daily routines. The daily alarm is a great way to set a daily reminder or morning wake up alarm.
How the Technology Works
The underlying technology in the Accelerator Series Watches is an accelerometer sensor. Accelerometers are used to measure acceleration. Originally developed during the Space Race to replace outdated gyroscopes, accelerometers can be found in a diverse range of today’s products such as automobile air bags and tilt meters. In the Accelerator watch, a user's movement (acceleration) produces varying degrees of electric current within the sensor, allowing the watch to detect different levels of acceleration, and therefore measure speed and distance.
Another way to explain how an accelerometer sensor works is to envision a marble in a bowl. When the bowl is moved, or accelerated, the marble inside will roll (accelerate) along the bottom and sides of the bowl. When the bowl is accelerated faster, the marble will move a greater distance up the sides. The accelerometer sensor in the Accelerator Series watch acts like an electronic marble in a bowl. With every step forward, the wearer of the watch (bowl) is accelerating forward. By measuring the acceleration of the "marble", the software inside the watch can then calculate the wearer’s speed and distance.
There are really only a few different ways to calculate the speed and distance of human-powered, on-foot travel. The first was basic math, next came the mechanical pedometer, followed by satellite tracking GPS years later. Mechanical pedometers are cheap and abundant, but also highly unreliable. They operate on a simply pendulum clicker that relies on the walker’s hip movement to count steps. Unfortunately, mechanical pedometers end up counting a lot of non-walking movements and assume that walkers are making consistent and repetitive steps.
GPS technology is impressive, but also expensive, complex, and not always ideal for outdoor activities or indoor training. Satellite signals can be lost in heavily forested areas, indoors, or behind large buildings and receiving signals eats up batteries. When a good signal can be found, often the device does not receive info often enough to account for twisty backcountry trails.
The Tech 4 O Accelerator Series fills the void between old mechanical pedometers and the overkill of GPS. A simple, yet versatile, wrist-watch design can provide extremely accurate speed and distance data in all conditions.
Osaka's famous Glico Man. From wikipedia: The company name, Glico, is derived from a shortening of the word glycogen. The first candy produced by the company was known as Glico-Caramel. The Glico 300 meter running man trademark is also derived from the original caramel candy: the candy is 15.4kcal, which is enough energy to run exactly 300 meters. (Calculated from the formula that for a person 165 centimeters in height, weighing 55 kilograms, an 160 meter run over the period of one minute will burn 8.21 calories. Over the period of 1.88 minutes they should be able to run 300 meters and burn 15.4kcal). The company's large neon sign located above Dotonbori in Osaka has been a famous landmark of the city since its initial construction in 1919. It bears the Glico running man on a blue race track as well as some of Osaka's other famous landmarks in the background.Editing your Profile Stats
Tell the app a little about yourself so it can calculate calories burned and return your information in the correct unit measurements.
Keep track of your steps, exercise time and heart rate while you run or swim with this water-resistant pedometer.See also:
Featuring One-Touch technology for accurate readings and 3Beat speed sensor technology to track your pace.
Tracks steps, distance, speed, exercise time, calories burned and heart rate
Target heart rate zone program
With an out-of-zone alarm to alert you when you have reached or exceeded your goal heart rate.
7-day and 10-week memory recall
Allows data review for 1 week or 10 weeks to help you monitor your progress and set new workout goals.
Chronograph and countdown timer
A backlit display makes it easy to see the digital readings while you work out during the early morning or at night.
Water-resistant up to 164' For convenient use while you are swimming.
3Beat speed sensor Keeps track of your pace while you're walking or running.
One-Touch technology accurately monitors your heart rate with one simple touch.
Easily measure your intensity level whether standing still or running in full stride with the Solo 960 heart rate watch. Boasting Sportline's patented One-Touch technology, the watch responds to a single touch of the finger to deliver accurate EKG heart rate readings, so you can stay focused on your next lap, rep, or whatever else lies ahead. The Solo 960 also calculates your target heart rate zone and counts your calories burned, helping you design the optimum workout. And best of all, the Solo 960 doesn't require an uncomfortable chest belt, nor do you have to stand still to measure your pulse. Easy to use, accurate, and responsive, the Solo 960 lets you cruise at your own speed with no strings (or anything else) attached. Other details include 12- and 24-hour time settings, a large digital backlit display, a three-beat speed sensor, and an out-of-zone alarm. The Solo 960 is also backed by a one-year warranty.
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